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🦀 The first of the Blue Swimmer Crabs have arrived and are looking magnificent. From Port Lincoln in South Australia these beauties are as tasty as they look. Generally you buy live crabs, however the Blue Swimmer doesn’t survive out of water. Bright Blue when raw they turn a brilliant orange when cooked.

ROTTNEST ISLAND SCALLOPS Fishing for the Rottnest Scallops has begun with our first orders being delivered to clients this morning!  When these scallops are in season, you simply cannot buy a fresher, more exquisite, local and sustainable seafood product. Get around them!

Reliving the amazing day we had at at @yarvalleycaviar Terrific business - amazing product You never forget your first time milking

🐟 The iconic Australian Blue-eye caught long line locally. With its firm, moist and delicately flavoured white flesh it is considered one of the finest table fish caught in southern waters and can be eaten raw.

Never call calamari squid! Squid is a lot cheaper and lot tougher than Calamari. Our Southern calamari are caught all year round using squid jigs and in haul nets. Jigging is a low impact, highly targeted fishing method, with minimal impacts on other species.  Calamari reproduce very quickly and thus are a safe option in terms of sustainability. Available daily wholesale and retail.

🐡 Ripper line caught Esperance Nannygai. Perfectly handled and presented and ready to eat raw or cooked.

🐟 Absolutely loving this stunning Gold Band Snapper line caught at the Abrolhos Islands in WA. Outstanding quality, provenance, expert handling and same day delivery mean you will not get a fresher fish.

🐟 Love this Abrolhos Islands Dhufish It is amazing eating with a broad flaked meaty flesh and mild sweet flavour. They taste so good because they are selective eaters - they use their big eyes to hunt for squid, prawns and octopus - now that’s a diet we could live on too.

🐟 Beautiful Australian Swordfish. Super fatty, super fresh, MSC and wild caught. It doesn’t get better than this

Bar Lourinhã Beautiful fresh seafood on the menu/specials from our great friends @bar_lourinha (top end of Little Collins St) Always beautiful mediterranean flavours delivered with passion and heart by Chef/Owner @ChefMattMac and team. FEATURED: Albacore Tuna >> King George Whiting #eatatthebar

👃🏼 LOVE the smell of the Ocean in the morning RG: @chrisboltonfishing “If you closed your eyes when you open these boxes and took a deep breath in, you'd think you were sitting in the middle of the #greatbarrierreef - Nothing but the fresh smell of the ocean. Without opening your eyes you'd swear it was a box full of seawater! Not bad on the eyes either. I'm sure anyone that's opened any of these boxes would agree. 👃👀❤” #freshfish #freshisbest #premiumseafood

Our clients and their patrons love the Hiramasa Kingfish - the high-quality sashimi grade Yellowtail Kingfish from the Spencer Gulf. Ocean farmed and produced with the highest standards this hugely popular and versatile product is delivered ocean fresh daily. But you knew that!

#tbt An early selfie from the archive #est1999 #celebrating20years

If you haven’t yet you must. Abrolhos Islands Scallops are outstanding! Hand graded into large and extra large these famous WA Saucer Scallop are large, sweet and firm - amazing raw or large and firm enough to do almost anything with them. Seriously!

🐟 Ripper Yellowfin! Tuna thrive in the cooler waters.

📲 Get the Ocean Made Seafood Ordering App for you phone. Search ‘OceanMadeSeafood’ in the App or Play store or use the link at the foot of our homepage. First time users register you account information and the rest is a breeze. Any questions please call Jason

Live Marron. The beautiful fresh water crayfish from Western Australia. Always fresh. Always delicious.

🐟 Handsome fish - Amazing quality The Abrolhos Islands Dhufish It is sensational eating with a broad flaked meaty flesh and mild sweet flavour. They taste so good because they are selective eaters - they use their big eyes to hunt for squid, prawns and octopus - now that’s a diet we could live on too.